About NH Works/
American Job Center
Welcome to NH Works, New Hampshire's partnership of state agencies and community-based organizations offering a wide variety of services to job seekers, employers needing a trained and work-ready workforce, and youth looking for an alternative educational/career path experience.
All of our services are available at any one of our 12 NH Works Career Centers/American Job Centers located throughout New Hampshire, and this web site lists the locations and telephone numbers of the Centers.
We hope you will explore this web site and contact your nearest NH Works Career Center/American Job Centers for assistance with any of our programs.
Senior Community Service Employment Program Request for Proposals (SCSEP RFP)
The Office of Workforce Opportunity (OWO) is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) in New Hampshire to qualified organizations interested in operating the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). Through this process, OWO will award a contract to a qualified agency to provide part-time community service employment/subsidized work experience opportunities to unemployed, low-income residents 55 and over in the New Hampshire Counties of: Merrimack, Belknap and Rockingham.
Eligibility: Public or private non-profit employment and social
services providers, private providers, and government entities are eligible to submit proposals in
Qualifications: Respondents must have a principal place of business in New Hampshire; and no less than three (3) years’ experience in providing employment services and/or social services.
Funding: The contract award is for 48 months starting July 1, 2015 and ending on June 30, 2019. The initial funding award is projected at $452,728. Similar levels of funding should be assumed for program years two, three and four for planning purposes. Actual funding amounts are determined contingent on the annual State SCSEP award from the US Department of Labor, typically released in May of each program year. SCSEP is authorized by Title V of the Older Americans Act.
Closing Date: October 14, 2014
Contract Officer: The contract officer is the sole point of contact from the date of RFP release until the selection of the successful bidder. All questions and requests for clarification should be submitted in writing to the contract officer. A Microsoft Office compatible version of this RFP can be made available to prospective bidders upon request to the contract officer.
Bonnie St. Jean, WIA Administrator
Office of Workforce Opportunity, DRED
172 Pembroke Road, PO Box1856
The OWO is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Deaf and hearing- impaired persons may use a TDD by calling 1-800-735-2964. Questions or requests for information in alternative formats shall be directed to the Official Contact at 603-271-7275. The OWO reserves the right to reject any and all proposals or cancel this procurement at any time if it is deemed in the best interest of the OWO, the Department of Resources and Economic Development and/or the State of New Hampshire.
Request for Proposal
Exhibit A - Scope of Services
B - Terms and Conditions of Payment
Exhibit C - Special Provisions
Exhibit D -Certification Regarding Lobbying
Exhibit E - Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other
Exhibit F - Americans with Disabilities Act
Exhibit G - HIPPA Agreement
Exhibit H - Transparency Compliance
Exhibit I - Certification Regarding Drug Free Workplace Requirements
Exhibit J - Confidentiality
P37 - General Contract Agreement
Certificate of Authority - Partnership
Certificate of Authority - Sole Proprietorship
Certificate of Vote with Seal
Certificate of Vote Without Seal
Certificate of Good Standing (a/k/a Certificate of Registration or
Security Rules for SPARQ Users
State of Confidentiality
SCSEP Programmatic Assurances